Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Standard / 1 User CAL

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Product Information

Users Supported:1 User
Dispatch:by E-mail
Manufacturer Part Number:312- 04405
Installations Supported:Unlimited
Supported Devices:Unlimited

System requirements

ProcessorEither of the following types of 64-bit processors: • Intel processor that supports Intel 64 architecture (formerly known as Intel EM64T). • AMD processor that supports the AMD64 platform. Notes: • Intel Itanium IA64 processors are not supported. • Recommended supported processor sockets is up to 2 on physical machines.
Hard diskAt least 30 GB of free space on the drive where you're installing Exchange. At least 200 MB of free space on the system drive. At least 500 MB of free space on the drive that contains the message queue database.
MemoryVaries by Exchange server role: • Mailbox: 128 GB minimum recommended • Edge Transport: 64 GB minimum recommended.
Display1024 x 768 pixels (XGA) or higher
Supported Operating SystemWindows Server 2019 Standard or Datacenter, Windows Server 2016 Standard or Datacenter, Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard or Datacenter

Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Standard / 1 User CAL

Buy Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 User CAL and optimise your processes instantly

The Redmond software giant offers two types of licence for the current version of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019. Companies can choose between User Client Access Licences (CALs) and Device CALs. These licences provide small and large companies with the option of generating a high-performance, requirements-based environment for collaboration between employees, departments, and company locations. Existing systems can also be expanded with additional users flexibly and cost-effectively. New employees can also quickly benefit from the new functions included with Microsoft Exchange Server 2019.

What is the difference between user and device licences?

The User Client Access Licence for Windows Exchange Server 2019 is personal. Therefore, the User CAL differs significantly from the so-called Device CAL, which is a device-specific licence. Companies license individual users with User CALs, who are then given their access data. As there is no connection to a specific device, the licensed user can use Microsoft Exchange Server at any location and on an unlimited number of devices. When using Device CALs, a particular device can be used by an unlimited number of employee.

User licences support flexibility in everyday work situations

User licences are the ideal solution for companies expecting to create flexible working conditions for their employees. Thanks to the personalised access function, Exchange Server can be used on a desktop computer at the workplace and in a home office or when on the road with a notebook. Using Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 User CAL, new or external employees can easily be integrated into an existing system. The respective users have exclusive access to functions allocated to them by administrators applying authorisation rights. Microsoft facilitates a free combination of user and device licences optionally available as individual licences or as a licence package with a number of five, ten or even more.

Profit from the innovative Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 User CAL

Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 greatly simplifies cooperation at the corporate level thanks to numerous new and improved functions. It's an increasingly attractive changeover option for companies expecting to exploit their full potential.

  • Revised calendar system: Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 is oriented on Office 365 and includes a revised calendar system including Calendar Sharing. Administrators will also profit from expanded and new functions such as "Add-MailboxFolderPermission" for allocating delegating permission.
  • Bing Search Engine: In the current Exchange Server version, Microsoft has retired the old FAST search and replaced it with the modern Bing Search Engine, whereby search indices and databanks will in the future be part of the mailbox databanks.
  • Higher performance: High-performance server systems are the backbone of any company. Accordingly, Exchange Server 2019 now supports up to 48 processors, up to 256 GB of working memory and SSD drives as buffer memories to optimise performance.
  • More safety: Exchange Server 2019 guarantees additional security, including extensive Data Loss Prevention (DLP), secure authentication using certificates, as well as the option for linking up anti-virus software from third parties via anti-virus API.